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THE ROCK ISLAND ATJOTTS SATURDAY. JAXUARV 17, 1914.
SENIORS CHAMPS j
III B. B. TOURNEY
tCia Final Game from Juniors
at Eijh School Gymnasium
14 to 7.
AMERICAN ATHLETES IN AUSTRALASIA
HANG UP NEW RECORDS; SURPRISE RIVALS
APPRENTICES AT BOTTOM;
pick CP Team
FaMs to Win Contest.
During Tourney Large
Senior . . .
jailor . . -So?tomor'
V. L. Pet.
2 O 1 C0
-1 1 Xti I
0 i .0" i
Tte Senior are cL.an:p-t' By de
fat:a tfce Junior 14 to 7 in ti:e title
ft lav. right in th- closing piay of
th annual mif i
fcomaia-nU the ia-s of 1MI niaiu
tijjfd th"ir reputatW.-n In basketball.
b- w. lining both '? boys- and the
fir!' tournament for two sut:;--sive
-.tars. The retord of th- bojs Is en
tab!e. They have made a name
for liiemnelv- that will Ion:; stand,
rir thev hae been unde'eated
tiro"" cut bo'h ffaon, and have""1 "nu iour lurciKU national rec-
! to date or the All-American track and
tv itf.i- it-ft-i-A not r,;ckeil am a I
w?sible wmtier of 'lit tourney this
J i . IH" IUIC- UI l i. C IVVll IH MITT
FOR COMING MEET
Officers and Directors of Pena
City Federation Plan Unique
I Swedish Lutheran, Baptist ts.
First Methodist. Memorial Christian
vs. Broadway. South Park vs. Cen
tral Presbyterian, Junior . division,
Broadway vs. Baptist, First
Methodist vs. Fifteenth avenne Chris
tian, Central Presbyterian vs. Broad
way, Baptist vs. Fifteenth avenue
FIVE CITIES REPRESENTED
Men and Boys to Take Part in Aquat
leal Fest Clever Original Stune
to Be Seen at Meet.
San Francisco. Jan. 17. A four-man the boys are heavily handicapped, the
brocjal lionie tlie
tile. T: SoiiJi?
defeating he ApjrenMce
It 1.. a record that rpeaks for it-
flf as to the ability of the men.
They are worthily upholding the
wrfnrmflnrp nf evnr nno nf thAm nn
to the present must be considered sat
isfactory. IteK Caughe-y of Ukiah. the shot
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was the first to crack a record when t "KUU -i.
i,. ih. v. 7.,i.nH ch I Twenty-yard back swim
and in the next mH t he broke his !
An Inter association aquatic meet
has been arranged to be held in the
Rock Island Y. M. C. A. swimming
pool February . 21. according to the
present plans. The meet comes un
der the auspices of, the lately or
ganized Pena-City federation of
which Physical Director F. E. Pier
son, Moline, ' is president. He and
other physical directors of the associa
tions enrolled ' in the federation, are
at work on the details of the meet.
Davenport. -Rock ' Island, Moline,
Muscatine and Clinton are the five
cities represented in the federation.
' Each association is expected to send
an aquatic team. Following is the
J tentative program submitted:
Evening Program, for Men.
One hundred-yard swim, any stroke.
Under water swimming, distance.
Plunge for distance: a, Feet first
Fitz Is in Court.
New York, Jan. 17. Bob Fitzsim-
mons, once the world's champion
heavyweight boxer, now 51 years ot
age, grinned derisively as he lis
tened to counsel for the state athletic
commission argue he was too old to
enter the prize riug. He has appealed
from the prohibition of the commis
sion to the supreme court, and Justice
Seabury heard the concluding argu
ments in hfs case yesterday, Fitz-
simmons said the state had no more
right to prevent his boxing than it had
to keep a preacher of the same age
out of the pulpit. Justice Seabury re
Local Sport Calendar
The following sporting events of in
terest to Rock Island fans have been
scheduled for the coming week:
Saturday, Jan. 17. Games in Y. M.
C. A. church league at association
Tuesday, Jan. 20 Games In Island
City Bowling league at Harms 'and St.
Wednesday, Jan. 21. Young Sin
net of Rock Island meets Johhny Coij
lon in Racine, Wis., for the bantam
weight championship of the world.
Thursday, Jan. 22. Games in Twin
Ci'y. Bowling league at Moiino, St.
Julien and Harms alleys. -
Friday, Jan. 23 "Peanuts" Schie
berl of Rock Island meets Patsy Mc-
Mahon in a 10 round bout at Milwau
kee. Saturday, Jan. 24. Augustana col
lege basketball team plays Bradley
Poly team at Augustana gymnasium.
FRIENDS TO BOUT
Issues Personal Bequest to Ad
mirers That They Witness ;
Fight With Sinnet.
EXPECTS TO COME BACK!
Champion Says He Will Stop Rock Is
land Boy Has Been Develop- ,j:
ing Knockout Punch.'
financially in the circuit will be trans
Pittsburgh Secures Manager.
Pittsburgh, Pa., Jan. 17. Robert
(Brownie) Gessler, former big leaguer
and baseball coach, signed a contract
to manage the Pittsburgh team of the
honor and prestige of I'ncle Sam on own
! t!.e tracks and fields of the antl Australian mark.
pod-s. even though every meet they
compete in is a handicap affair. In
the contests already. Parker. Tern-
Next on the program was George
Parke.- of th Olympic club, who ran
120 yards in II .1-5 Fcconds, breaking
tiat a basketball it. I. man cannot
compete in thf ln-erc-:a.4 n.cets. Lasi
Tr four of the team of lf.lt rmido
fkejr toiers acd to were iii ligil to
bJt the class scraps d up a team
ab eventually wo-i the tourney.
Both Figh. Hard.
From gong to gong, it wag a battle
It biood. aiid t.ie scrapnte! t teams In
f V-- f -Mir- Ar . ita TilM.i.1 n7it1nf prh
Cher in the last of the garr.-s. Seniors ! Bre not up ta ,,,e Bame "nard that ! association up to this week had been
ti Juniors. The Juniors were gener
ally picked as the winners, although
Ritchie Cancels Bout.
San Francisco, Cal., Jan. 17. The
championship boxing match between ! Federal league, according to an an-
Willie Ritchie, the lightweight title j nouncement last night by Secreatry
holder, and Tommy Murphy of New William McCullough. The terms of
I York, scbc.luled for Jan. 30. was de- the contract were not made puDiic.
! clared off yesterday by Ritchie. Dr. Gessler formerly played with the
One hundred and slcty-vard relay ; Jln Galway informed Ritchie after I Brooklyn Nationals, the Washington
n me next meet ne Drone nis , examination that a tendon In his T Americans, and the Chicago Cubs,
record again and equalled the l, ' ' ' , , , . , i
I Tuom Btnntfl s Pront au-lm m in tr I left fnot WAS hnillv Rtrainefl flTld the
pit Ion. Power and Caughey have won ( the existing mark of 12 seconds for
75 per cent of. the events entered. : the distance. There is some doubt
even though they were heavily : about this being allowed, however,
liandicappexl. j owing to a slight wind prevailing.
Some of the Australian records i Jitr. Power of the Boston Athletic
records are in this country, but then ' disappointing in his running. He now
It must be considered that these 'looks to be right, and. If he Is. there
Team stunts: a. Freak swimming;
b. Eating and undressing under wa
ter; c. Life saving.
Afternoon Program, Boys.
Forty-yard dash, crawl stroke.
Eighty-yard relay race, four boys,
twenty' yards each.
I.ong plunge, head first.
Twenty-yard back swim.
Onu hundred-yard swim, any stroke.
tag tor U.e fourth year team.
Tite gazie started fact, wltn the ad
vantage to tlie Juniors. The Seniors
Bade ooe foul. fo. lowed it by another.
: T ft - m nm ivitistnniltf Ir.rolinff An1 t.u-lll ho- o In. rf Mfnrfla r liimMa I IL'fllop ha air At Hfl 11
tse majority or the students were root- j Drak any orl cf recordani the He notched his first record recently. I ods of resuscitation.
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Australian marks arc good ones la ; winning the nail mile from scratcn
a task that few athletes could ac-jin 1 minute 5S seconds, taking a fifth
complish under similar circumstances. I off the record that has stood since
Thr American records were all made 190.
rompie ea me tno witn anotner. onin i wItn the ,,. In their, best condition Rlc Templeton of the Olympic club
iae juniors nan naa aDout even . anu .,nder jjeal c Ire -Distances, where 'is Uie final member of the team to
caaaces for .a foul throw, but biowedno traveling was necessary, or. If It 'establish a new mark. He vaulted
aiL I was. the athletes had time to recu-lll feet 2 inches, which is a new
With a lead of two points, the! perate before the nxeet. I Australasian mark. He could not con-
Jonori got doughty, but soon had i With the team In New Zealand, t-'mie for a higher mark owing to
their lead broken down. bea Dahlen ! however, it Is different. They reach i lack of bamboo poles or suitable poles
Bade the firs: count for the Seniors a town the day before the meet and j to vault with.
with a horehoe throw. From that are packing their grips about two. Every man on the team now ap
thce. the Juniors d dn't get a siht of i and sometimes three, times a week.; pears to be competing right up to his
th lead, and the Svnior had the ad- moving around the country. Under -best form, and the remaining meets
vantage throughout the cime The 1 these circumstances and the ract tnai ; snouiu see tne Doys at meir Desu
core at the end of the first half was
left foot was badly strained and the
sheath of the tendon seriously in
flamed. It might improve tempor
arily, he said, but exercise would be
sure to make it worse.
In Conference With Tinker.
Chicago, 111., Jan. 17. Charles H.
Ebbets, president of the Brooklyn
club, arrived in Chicago yesterday and
had a conference w-ith Joe Tinker, for
water polo; b, J whose services the Brooklyn baseball
19 to . and the lat half was even
c.oaer, ita the score htand.ng 4 to 3 I
able for the defeat of the Juniors.
Jo favor of th senior. The Juniors ! u'ofcmbcrg anu r,ebU" ul"ueu
jut np a very scrappy ba tle. but were i tn;lr fast pla'inS at forward and the
tttuble to locate the loop, at any period i former made one""fieId goal, while the
of tae game. The guarding of Joe! latter located the hoop for two fou"i
Cain. oLe of the Seniors, is also ac-1 throws. Andrews made one basket,
ounuble for the low score of the j w hile Dahlen made three ringers.
Jan.crs and many times did he break I For the Juniors Rlcck and Ackley
tp the teamwork of the Juniors iui!easilv stand out as the shining lights, iorwi
thev cot th h:ili (inri i'i:i,!n ! unit it been these two men who dahlen, guards,
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laf t contest with the Sophs yesterday
afternoon, they played the best ball
they have exhibited to date. The score
of their game was 28 to 5, the best
that they made during the tourney.
Seniors, 14; Juniors, 7.
Seniors Friestat and Bloomberg.
forwards.; Andrews, center; Cain and
hooting distance of their ba.-kot. His have been-playing the best ball fjr
"sei from tne mUdle of the floor
trough: lorth rounds of deserved ap
iue from the spectators.
Andrews Plays Star Came.
ine work of Andrews, cautain of
'-e Senior?, has been of exceptional
S'-Ity throughout the tournament,
tat ia l;e game last evening his play
:5 was of such hiKh class that it was
irchably in no small degree account-
1915 throughout the tourney. Ackley
rolled In one of the two field goa'.s.
C'ulley getting the other, but Rinck
made .the work of the Seniors for
wards extremely hard by his classy
Apprentices Cellar Champs.
As was expected th Apprentices
landed in the bottom place but they
put up somo good games and in their
To Your Stomach
Juniors Culle7, Ackley and Bruner,
forwards; Ingalls and Culley, center;
Rinck and McGinnis. guards.
Field goals Dahlen, 3; Bloomberg,
1; Andrews, 1; Cain 1: Culley, 1;
Ackley, 1. Foul goals Ackley, 3;
Sophomores McMullen, McCulIoch
and Hinckley, forward; Thomas, cen
ter: Whlsler and James, guards.
Apprentices Koehler and Berge
son. forwards; Evans, center; BoettF
gcr and Shultaman, guards.
Field goals Thomas, 6; Hinckley,
Z: McCulIoch. 2; Jameg. 1; Boett-
ger, 1. 1-oul goals Boettger, 3;
Thomas, 1; Hinckley 1.
Referee Robb. Timekeeper Whls
ler. Scorer Hlppler.
FOR HIGH SCHOOL
Manager Hill's Schedule Books
but Four Contests and Only
The Rock Island high school basket
ball team did not have a game last
night owing to the fact that Freeport
cancelled the date because of a mixup.
And there will be no game next Sat
urday according to the schedule whic'a
Manager A. U. Hill has arranged.
Almost all of the dates on the high
school schedule are vacant with two
or hre executions and it anDears
now that very few games will be ! here tuls year
club parted with $13,000 recently.
The conference lasted almost two
minutes and when it was over it seem
ed Mr. Ebbets had purchaser $15,000
worth of experience.. ......
Ebbets located the former Cub and
present Federal league manager by
telephone and asked Joe to call at the
Hotel La Salle. Joe appeared on the
scene at 11 a. m. Courteous greetings
were extended on each side.
Tinker refused to consider Ebbet's
Toronto Loses Out.
Toronto, Ont. Jan. 17. Federal fans
here are all at sea, for R. J. Fleming:,
owner of the only available ball park,
has said he is not a backer of the new
Toronto club and will not accede to
the request of Messrs, Hepburn and
FAST GAME 43-11
Local College Team Wallops
William and Vashti of Aledo
in Easy Fashion.
In a one-sided game last night Au
gustana humbled the usually strong
team from William and Vashti college
rt A lurln at iha A ncriiarana ffvmnHKlnm
by a score of 43 to 11. Although thePlaces, this morning.
visitors- started off with spirit and)
speed, after the first five minutes of
play it was evident that Augustana
had the decided advantage. At no time
in the game did the. large audience
doubt for a minute that Augustana
would win by a large margin. The
visitors fell down in basket shooting
as well as team work. In contrast
with the excellent team work and ac
curacy in shooting done by the local
college, William and Vashti made the
poorest showing ever made on the
Sten, as usual, made a majority of
Carroll, the owners, to give them points for Augustana. His deadly ac
Scarboro park for two years free. curacy in shooting baskets seemed to
Leave it to Johnny Coulon of ban
tamweight fame to pull something
new and original' when he nears
"come-back" battle. When the Logaq,
Square battler returned from his ex
tended hunting trip a few weeks back
and signed up to fight Harold Sinnet Of.
Rock Island, everything pointed to a
banner house. Things moved along
smoothly until a Milwaukee promote,
horned in with a top notch lightweight
card featuring Rivers 1 and Wolgasf.
and then ' the Coulon-Sinnet contest
began to take a back seat. So here is
what John sent to his friends:
You are invited to attend ?
the "come-back" appearance J
of Johnny Coulon
'at Racine, Wis., Jan. 21. 5
Oft times Coulon has been criticised!
for not -grabbing a manager to 'boom;
his-matches, but when -it comes to'
pulling the old publicity stuff Coulon is:
of the opinion that he can outdo any:
business leader in the game, as wit
ness the above card. - -
"When I decided to take a vacation;
last winter I (old my . friends that u 4
would not return to the ring agaiuf
until I felt able to show my best stuff.!
I feel ready now and I sure, am going
to give my followers a pleasant sur-l
prise." This is the champion's assur-j
ance. - . . 1 I
Coulin, in talking of his comlngj
mill, dropped the hint that he intends
stopping Sinnet. He has been brush-
ing up his knockout punch cn a troupe!
of heavy sparring partners and then
will bear witness that Sir John is coh-j
siderable walloper. Following this tllq
Coulon will probably go to New Yortc
for a series of matches, for he says
he intends fighting himself into con-i
ditlon for a Williams .clash. j
. Tickets went on sale at the usual.
"it"'.' -A'--.' !
Co-ilen will give tae downtown fans:
a chance to give him the "once over"
this .-.fternoon, when he will work at
O'Connell's gym. He intends boxing;
three rounds each with Younr Izzo and;
Fran t Clipper. i
1914 RECORD CLASS
The class of 1914 has made, an en-5
viable athletic record during . theh"
career at the local high school., From
the year when they were Freshmen,!
they have made goo. , and the winning;
of the boys' tournament yesterday J
practically completes a'l the -honors;
Vs far as we are concerned." he take the confidence out of the visiting ! "at "T ".n'
, "there will be no Federal ball team. Arthur Swedberg at center out-1 tlof e ,tracl : meeU to the spring.
Negotiations with me
played unless the management of the
team takes some action regarding the
completion of a satisfactory schedule.
Local high school students have al
ways supported the teams and ath
letic events at the school and are
anxious that some fast teams be dated
for the Rock Island h'gh school. Both
games with Muscatine have been can
celled and onH- four games now appear
cn the schedule, two against Mon
mouth and two against Davenport.
MANY PLAY AT THE
are at an end."
This announcement from the trac
tion magnate, who was thought to be
behind the club, has created the im
pression that there will be no Federal
team in Toronto.
New York Wants Team.
New York, Jan. 17. B. S. Mucken
fuss. who was president of the St.
Louis National league club in 189S,
played his usual good work. In fact.
the team work displayed by the local
boys' renders credit to the entire team.
The team bids fair to make as good a
record, or perhaps better, than last
year, Judging from the playing of last
evening. The lineup:
Augustana, 43 Sten (captain), half
back; Hultgren, E. Johnson, right
guard; A. Swedberg, center; E. Ander
son, left forward; B. Swanbeck, left
forward; H. Berg, left guard.
William and Vashti, 11 F. Murhead,
is in New York making arrangements j right forward; j. Ray, right guard; B.
to establish a Federal league club
here. Muckenfuss has an option on
a park at Corona, Long Island, on the
far side of the Queensborough bridge.
He looked over the ground yesterday
it will prove
- C.IUIRAFIU .
Safeguard it against any
weakness that may devel
op from time to time by
the daily use of
It strengthens and invig
orates the entire system,
thus preventing Poor Ap
petite, Headache, Indiges
tion, Biliousness, Consti
pation, Colds, Grippe, Ma
laria, Fever and Ague.
CLINTON CAN HAVE
BERTH IN CENTRAL
Clinton. Ia.. Jan. 17. Clinton can
have a franchise In the Central Base
ball association, providing it will make
the usual $600 deposit as a guarantee
: to fl-ish the season, required of all
I clubs in that circuit, and pay Kewanee
$000 for its team. That was the deci-
1 ion announced by the directors of the
Central association at their meeting in
; Burlington yesterday. It was also da
. cided to send a committee of three, to
! Include President M. E. Justice and
; Manager Beldin Hill of Cedar Rapids.
! here next week to canvass the sltua
j But if Clinton want Tomiy Mee
j to manage the team. Mee demands
! $2,000 In financial backing on which to
j draw for any deficit in training season
expenses or losses sustained due to
unseasocable weather early in the
j season. He also wants a salary. Mee
, told Carroll Armstrong, who repre
j sented Clinton at the Burlington meet
I Ing, that he hat four or five players
time and would expect to give Clin
ton a first division team.
A laree number of basketball eames ! witn an architect who is drawing
are scheduled for today at the local j PIans for a new grand stand. .If the
Y. M. C. A., in the church league. The
following teams will play there to
day: Fifteenth avenue Christian vs.
Federal league passes through a suc
cessful 1S14 season Muckenfuss, it is
stated, will become head of a' New
York club in 1915. The weakest club
McLaughlin (captain), center; C. Fors
ner, left forward; W. Shields, lert
Field goals Sten, 9; Swedberg, 8;
Anderson, 3; Ray, 2; Murhead, 1;
Shields, 1; Berg, 7. Free throws
Sten, 1 ; McLaughlin, 3. Time of halves
20 minutes. Scorer Kempe. Ref
eree Dreggs. Timekeeper Benzon.
TAKE A BOTTLE HOME WITH YOU TODAY
PJl Have jou a weuk throat? If so,
1.1 'you cannot be too careful Each cold
I'l l makes you more liable to another arid
l! the la ft Is always the harder to cure.
I Jjlf you will take Chamberlain's Cough
1 . Remedy at tbo outset you will be
I I j sared much trouble. Sold by all drug
Jj gists (Adv.)
With today's Issue of The Argus we
inaugurate a weekly sporting calen
dar of local events which are inter
esting to Rock Island people. In this
department each Saturday will be pub
lished all coming sport events of the
week In Rock Island or of Interest to
the fans of this city because of some
You will note that Johnny Coulon
has I sued invitations to his friends
to witness the bout in which he willj
participate with "Young" Sinnet of
Rock Island! Anyhow, it's all right.
Coulo . needs the money.
Collins and Baker of Philadelphia
have dropped from the players' fra
ternity because they did not pay up
The high school basketball tourney
this year proved somewhat of a sur
prise when the Seniors succeeded in
winning out It was thought that the
fast Sophomore team had the better
chance, but they dropped two out of
three of their games.
I. I rTvi I n
Federal club, who is a prominent res
taurant man in the Windy City, would
do well if he were to offer a meal
ticket as a bonus to contract signers.
They all eat!
A gentleman by the name of Muck
enfuss would like to put a Federal
team in New Y.rk. We don't know j Eastman, Edward Tilden, C N. Wheel-
11 NAMED TO ATTEND
Springfield. III., Jan. 17. Deputy
commissioners to the Panama-Pacific
exposition, to be held at San Fran
cisco next year were named yesterday
by Governor Dunne under authority of
a bill passed at the last session of the
legislature, waking an appropriation of
$300,000 for Illinois participation in
The first year, -as Freshmen, they;
put a green team on the floor and theyj
were unable to cop a place, except ctl
the bottom, but that wa, comparative-
Iy good, for the freshman class of!
1917 didn't even attempt, to get a team;
In the running. In their cccond year
they took second place, an honor which;
no previous Sophomore team has had:
before. - ;
Las year they capped the climax byj
winning the girls' basketball tourna--ment,
and the boys followed up the)
lead of their fair colleagues and:
roundod in the scalps -of the "other,;
bringing to the class the second: title:
of the school, an unprecedente - thlngj
for Junior teams to do. j
This year after a bard battle, thej
Senior girls, still the class of 1914,
for a second' successive time captured!
the school title after a hard tussle
with the Juniors, and yesterday ths;
boys followed uit by winning the:
title tilt with tbo Junior boys. I
It is not alone in basketball thatj
they are . stars, - for last spring in the!
track meet they copped all honors and;
no other class even had a "look in" att
the title.' In the indoor meets also,!
tbey were victorious
Of the 20 deputy commissioners 11 have no competitors worthy
are members of the legislature. Of mention, and that one thing - Is
In football, too, they have been rep-j
resented by worthy men. Dn this year's ;
eleven there were 10 Seniors, and ont
the basketball five of last season, there;
were four 1914 players on the team.
There is only one thing left at pres-t
ent for them to capture, and . theyt
this number turee are republicans, one ' track meets In the spring.- It is to be
a progressive and the others demo
crats. The commissioners follow:
Senators Noah E. Frankl.'- , Lexing
ton; W. Duff Piercy. Mount Vernon;
Martin H. Bailey, Danville; F. C.
Campbell. Xenia; F. Jeff Tossey, To
ledo, and W. A. Compton. Macomb;
Representatives A. N. "Abbott, Morri
son; G. II. Cannon, Forrest; David E.
Sbanahan. Chicago; George W. Craw
ford, Jonesboro, and If- J. Kasserman,
Newton. Additional delegates: A. M.
Lawrence. Adolph Karpen. John C.
much about said gent, but he has an
appropriate name for a major league
Taiil Dahlen, the Argus representa
tive at the high school. Is a great
prophet. He always predicts victory
for Ms beloved Seniors, and at that
they usually win out. Note their rec
ord for the past few years ou this
President Weegharu of the Chicago page today.
er, all Chicago; John G. Oglesby. Elk
hart; Samuel Woolner, Peoria, and W.
O'B. Bradley, Cilcsburg.
Chamberlali Cough Remedy is .not
a common, every day cough mixture.
I; in a meritorious remedy for all the
'roublesome and dangerous complica
tions resulting from cold in the head,
throat, chest or lungs. Sold by ail
hoped that the authorities of the;
school will be kind anr open a chess, j
checker, rummy, or even a tiddle-de-
wink tournament at the school so that
the class of 1914
can further dis-
There is no more Interesting cbftrac- i
ter In California than that class of
prospector known as the "pocket bnnt j
er." -In certain sections of the mour :
tains the rich gold deposits are con- ;
talned In small scattered pockets near ;
the surface. The poehet miners eften
discover many rich deposits by tracing :
the particles of gold In the soli to
their sources. - As soon ss a pocket is !
gouged out and colors of sold are
longer shown tbe place Is abandoned f
In one pocket In Trinity county as j
much as $43,000 was yielded In a few
feet Argonaut. J
All the oewi all the time The Argus, J